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[audio]Urban Agriculture Urban Nature - Shaping San Francisco
In a recent Earth Island Journal interview, Michael Pollan notes a question underlying his work, "How do you think through this relationship in the messy places where nature and culture have to engage with one another?" As urban dwellers, how do we decide what to do with our open spaces, our sidewalks, our schoolyards, our vacant lots? Do we use them to grow food, tend natives, allow wild spaces to exist? These choices require different skill bases (growing soil vs...
Keywords: urban agriculture; farming; community gardens; horticulture; habitat; urban permaculture; permaculture; wild; weeds; species; wildlife; corridors
Downloads: 20
[audio]Nawrocki--Cazzarola! - Shaping San Francisco
Cazzarola! is a gripping, epic, political, historical, and romantic novel spanning 130 years in the life of the Discordias, a fictional family of Italian anarchists. It details the family's heroic, multigenerational resistance to fascism in Italy and their ongoing involvement in the anarchist movement. From early 20th-century factory strikes and occupations, armed anarchist militias, and attempts on Mussolini's life, to postwar student and labor protest, and confronting the newest wave of conte...
Keywords: anarchism; Italy; Mussolini; love story; anti-fascism
Downloads: 9
[audio]Stop, Thief! The Commons, Enclosures, and Resistance - Shaping San Francisco
In this majestic tour de force, celebrated historian Peter Linebaughtakes aim at the thieves of land, polluters of the seas, ravagers of the forests, despoilers of rivers, and removers of mountaintops. Scarcely a society has existed on the face of the earth that has not had commoning at its heart. "Neither the state nor the market," say the planetary commoners. Linebaugh kindles the embers of memory like few other historians of our time to ignite our future commons...
Keywords: commons; enclosures; England; 1790s; Ned Ludd; Queen Mab; industrialization; wage-slavery; commoning; William Blake; Tom Paine
Downloads: 21
[audio]18 Ten Years--Mujeres Muralistas - Shaping San Francisco
Patricia Rodriguez reading an excerpt from her article "Mujeres Muralistas" in the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78", edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation, 2011.
Keywords: Murals; public art; latino; women; Mujeres Muralistas; Mission
Downloads: 306
[audio]Infrastructure_Wars - Shaping San Francisco Talks
A 3-part radio program based on a Public Talk at CounterPULSE on March 8, 2006, under the Shaping San Francisco Spring Talks series. A historical look at how San Franciscans have fought for a human-centered city. From saving Telegraph Hill, stopping freeways, and resisting redevelopment, the corporate agenda has been thwarted again and again. Today new movements are again contesting the direction of the city...
Keywords: anti-highrise; freeway revolt; citizens movements; saving Telegraph Hill; redevelopment
Downloads: 213
[audio]Revolution Of Everyday Life - Shaping San Francisco
With translator Donald Nicholson-Smith. There is a grain of truth in the stereotypical view that Guy Debord and Raoul Vaneigem, as two leading lights of the Situationist International, stood for two opposite poles of the movement: the objective Debord versus the subjective Vaneigem: Marxism versus anarchism: icy cerebrality versus sensualism: and, of course, The Society of the Spectacle versus The Revolution of Everyday Life --the two major programmatic books of the Situationist International, w...
Keywords: Situationists; Raoul Vaneigem; Donald Nicholson-Smith; France; radicalism; Debord; Society of the Spectacle
Downloads: 115
[audio]The Green City - Shaping San Francisco Talks
Integrating urban life with local nature, biodiversity, and resources is the challenge of our time. New and veteran activists share visions, strategies, and how they are laying the foundation for a truly Green City. Featuring Peter Berg of Planet Drum Foundation, Bonnie Sherk of A Living Library project, Peter Brastow of Nature in the City.
Keywords: San Francisco, biodiversity, restoration, urban sustainability, regional ecology
Downloads: 238
[audio]Art & Politics: Rebar, April 24 2013 - Shaping San Francisco
In recent years, much has made about the opposition between urban strategies and urban tactics. One is supposedly rooted in technocratic control of the city by a planning elite, the other is the response of artists and activists determined to reclaim the right to an environment generated by, and for, citizens themselves. Rebar has explored this territory through tactical urban interventions -- both sactioned and unsanctioned -- but is also interested in going beyond the simple opposition between...
Keywords: design; tactical urbanism; urbanism; public space; park(ing) day; intervention; art; commons; cooperation
Downloads: 31
[audio]Archy Lee - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpt from an 1850s song popular in San Francisco, having to do with the freeing of Archy Lee from jail. He had been seized by fugitive slave bounty hunters but a mob set him free. This rendition by Blackberry, recorded in 1980 for the Haight Ashbury Community Radio project.
Keywords: slavery; song; 1850s; San Francisco
Downloads: 94
[audio]Gartland Pit and Aftermath Sept. 26 1987 - Shaping San Francisco
40+ minutes of live sound recorded in the Gartland Pit, 16th and Valencia, San Francisco's Mission District, Sept. 1987. Tom Jennings and Shred of Dignity are featured, and many anonymous commenters over the punk show in the background.
Keywords: Gartland pit; landlord arson; Mission District; 16th and Valencia; police; punks; music; 1987
Downloads: 50
[audio]Ohlone Profiles Project - Shaping San Francisco
The largest living Ohlone tribe began a migration from San Francisco's Mission Dolores in 1834 and now lives in Pomona, CA. From June 2012 to November 2013 the Ohlone Profiles Project is bringing this peninsula's original inhabitants back to this land where they will be holding community meetings, healing ceremonies, and other gatherings to begin a Truth and Reconciliation process between the City and the Tribe...
Keywords: Ohlone; indigenous; indian; San Francisco; Bureau of Indian Affairs; Federal recognition; Pomona; Bear dance; rituals
Downloads: 36
[audio]Songs Of Freedom celebration - Shaping San Francisco
Songs of Freedom is the name of the songbook edited by James Connolly and published in 1907. Connolly's introduction is better known than the collection for which it was written, containing his oft-quoted maxim: “Until the movement is marked by the joyous, defiant singing of revolutionary songs, it lacks one of the most distinctive marks of a popular revolutionary movement, it is the dogma of a few and not the faith of the multitude.” Though most of the songs were of Irish derivation, the s...
Keywords: Ireland; Scotland; England; New York; revolutionary songs; Irish socialism; Scottish socialism; James Connolly; nationalism
Downloads: 29
[audio]Stop 5 16th and Capp - Shaping San Francisco
Bending Over Backwards Audio Tour: Stop 5: The Redstone Building, former Labor Temple.
Keywords: labor; Labor Temple; Redstone Building; Painters Union; Dow Wilson; CAMP; murals
Downloads: 29
[audio]10 Ten Years--Gerson on Valencia - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from Deborah Gerson's essay "Making Sexism Visible: Private Troubles Made Public" in the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78," edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation.
Keywords: Women; Women's Liberation; 1970s; Valencia
Downloads: 46
[audio]Stop 3 Bryant And Alameda W Jesse - Shaping San Francisco
Bending Over Backwards Audio Walking Tour Stop 3: The Vats, breweries, Hostess Bakery and more...
Keywords: The Vats; punk; beer; breweries; Hostess Twinkies
Downloads: 69
[audio]20 Ten Years--Lost Murals of 1970s San Francisco - Shaping San Francisco
Tim Drescher reads more from his essay "Lost Murals of the 1970s" from the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78", edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation.
Keywords: murals; public art; San Francisco; 1970s
Downloads: 77
[audio]21 Ten Years--Latinoamerica by Mujeres Muralistas - Shaping San Francisco
Patricia Rodriguez reading an excerpt from her article "Mujeres Muralistas" in the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78", edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation, 2011.
Keywords: Murals; public art; latino; women; Mujeres Muralistas; Mission
Downloads: 136
[audio]Laughing Sal - Shaping San Francisco
The eerie, unforgettable sound of Laughing Sal, fixture at Playland for decades, now at the Musee Mecanique.
Keywords: Laughing Sal; doll; Playland
Downloads: 1,037
[audio]Old City Hall: Corruption & Racism in 19th Century San Francisco - Shaping San Francisco
Glenn Lym presents an architectural and political history of the 27-year project of building the original City Hall, a building that fell down in the 1906 earthquake, revealing deeply inadequate and corrupt building practices. Meanwhile, when contruction began in the 1870s, the white working class was raging against capitalism and the Chinese in equal parts, providing the impetus for the 1882 federal Chinese Exclusion Act...
Keywords: Old City Hall; San Francisco; architecture; earthquake; 1906; Workingmen's Party of California; racism; anti-Chinese; Union Labor Party; James Phelan
Downloads: 131
[audio]Art & Politics: Doug Minkler - Shaping San Francisco Talks
Doug Minkler was one of the first political artists to embrace the Mac and heâs been making scathing collages and edgy, often hilarious posters for several decades. See his solo show and find out how heâs kept himself going all these years!
Keywords: Art; politics; labor; movements; left wing; social services; social movements; expressionism; collage
Downloads: 28
[audio]Art and Politics / Jess Curtis: Body of Work - Shaping San Francisco
Dancer, Choreographer, and Director, Jess Curtis is interviewed by celebrated Bay Area choreographer Joanna Haigood. Together they will explore Jess' nearly three decades of body-based experiments through peformance and teaching. Like Jess' dancing this will be a night investigating the 'embodied intellect'. Short video clips will be interspersed with smart conversation about the theory and practice of Curtis' Body of Work...
Keywords: Dance; body; embodiment; communication; politics; art; performance; circus; gesture
Downloads: 20
[audio]Asias Unknown Uprisings March 13 2013 - Shaping San Francisco
The 2nd volume of George Katsiaficas's monumental study of Asian Revolutions, this provides a unique perspective on uprisings in nine places in East Asia over the past five decades. While the 2011 Arab Spring is well known, the wave of uprisings that swept East Asia in the 1980s became hardly visible. Katsiaficas relates Asian uprisings to predecessors in 1968 and shows their subsequent influence on the wave of uprisings that swept Eastern Europe at the end of the 1980s...
Keywords: People Power; Uprisings; Asia; Philippines; Burma; Tibet; China; Tienamen Square; Taiwan; Bangladesh; Nepal; Thailand
Downloads: 29
[audio]The Right to be Lazy - Shaping San Francisco
Overcoming Work and Sacrifice Surprising numbers of people too often accept or encourage a âcollapse of civilizationâ as a necessary precondition for radical change. Come and discuss the 19th century visionary Paul LaFargueâs re-issued book âThe Right to Be Lazyâ along with our visions of a post-capitalist life that imagines a life of abundance, generosity, and cooperation. Editor Bernard Marszalek and Chris Carlsson (Nowtopia) discuss with the audience.
Keywords: Work; Laziness; Wage-labor; consumption; economy; coops; sacrifice; volunteerism; business; busy-ness; overwork
Downloads: 58
[audio]Can San Francisco Feed Itself? - Shaping San Francisco Talks
Can urban food production be compatible with urban native habitat conservation and restoration? What are the limits and advantages of systematic effort to grow food within the city? What should our relationship be to local gardening, regional Community-Supported Agriculture, and Slow Food? Five panelists and audience Q&A spread over three half hour radio shows. This show features Chris Carlsson and Raquel Rivera-Pinderhughes.
Keywords: San Francisco, urban agriculture, community gardening, weeds, Slow Food, farming, organics
Downloads: 99
[audio]Underground Food Politics Feb 23 2011
With urban homesteading all the rage and backyard and vacant lot food production on the rise it appears we're taking big steps toward encouraging self-sufficiency in the Bay Area. For sure people's requirements for connection to their food has changed. But how much do the popular local underground food movements fit within a concept of food security, within a drive to control one's own food sources as in food sovereignty? How much are they used as a stepping stone into the market for bo...
Keywords: urban agriculture; food; farmers markets; food justice; food security; food sovereignty; self-sufficiency
Downloads: 29
[audio]Bay Bridge Sept 11 2013 - Shaping San Francisco
Chris Carlsson presents a historic look at the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, how it has changed over time, going from two-way traffic on the top deck (3 lanes in each direction) with trains and trucks on the lower deck, to today's new span. The history of automobility surrounding the bridge, and the many other schemes to build more bridges and crisscross San Francisco with high-speed freeways shows the context of the Bridge.....
Keywords: Bay Bridge; freeways; Freeway Revolt; Southern Crossing; infrastructure
Downloads: 34
[audio]Pier 70, Transforming 19th Century Ironworks to a 21st Century ... ? - Shaping San Francisco
Ralph Wilson, Jasper Rubin, and artist Wendy MacNaughton in a wide-ranging critical look at the history and plans for the oldest industrial buildings west of the Mississippi River, the launchpad for much of the U.S.'s imperial fleet in the late 19th and early 20th century. Increasingly derelict over the past few decades, but still home to the last drydock in San Francisco, big plans are afoot. Join critics, analysts, and artists for a closer look.
Keywords: Pier 70; San Francisco; waterfront; shoreline; Union Iron Works; Bethlehem Steel; shipyards; docks
Downloads: 24
[audio]Vanished Waters: A History of San Francisco's Mission Bay - Shaping San Francisco
Today Mission Bay is the moniker for a new UCSF biomedical campus. Some urban explorers know there is a Mission Creek with a houseboat community, too. In conjunction with the 2nd edition of the book Vanished Waters, weâll take a visual cruise through the industrial and watery past of this former tidal bay, fed by the fresh waters of several local creeks and streams. With Shaping San Francisco's Chris Carlsson and Bob Isaacson and Ginny Stearns from the Mission Creek Conservancy.
Keywords: Mission Bay; wetlands; landfill; shoreline; Mission District; South of Market; SOMA; Yelamu; Natural History; restoration; Catellus; railroads
Downloads: 55
[audio]Literary North Mission Nov 13 2013 - Shaping San Francisco
Art & Politics: Literary Treasures of the North MissionPoets, painters, writers, and other cultural and literary denizens of the single-room-occupancy hotels of the North Mission, especially the Royan, the Crown, the Albion, and others, will be remembered, regaled, and recited. San Francisco Poet Laureate Alejandro Murguia reminisces and recites, bringing in literary heroes of the past decades.
Keywords: Literary San Francisco; poets; poetry; Valencia; 16th Street; North Mission; Royan Hotel; Albion Hotel; Jack Micheline; Harold Norse
Downloads: 13
[audio]Stop 1 Sugarworks And Wetlands - Shaping San Francisco
Bending Over Backwards Audio Tour: Stop 1: Gordon's sugar works, surrounding wetlands, butchertown and more.
Keywords: sugarworks; George Gordon; butchertown; sand dunes; steam paddy; wetlands
Downloads: 36
[audio]Queer Agenda, Work, and Gentrification - Shaping San Francisco
Join queer organizers from Pride at Work/HAVOQ and other community organizations to discuss gentrification, how the economy affects queer workers, and redefining the gay agenda. This recording was primarily of the Queer Agenda discussion, but also has the report-backs from the other groups at theend of the night. Reexamine what is seen as a queer issue in San Francisco, as we dig into our ongoing struggles for justice around issues that daily affect our lives and those in our communities...
Keywords: Queer; agenda; workers' rights; gentrification; class; rich and poor; unions; labor; human rights; gay marriage; don't ask don't tell; gays in military
Downloads: 39
[audio]Stop 6 16th and Hoff - Shaping San Francisco
Bending Over Backwards Audio Tour: Stop 6, The Gartland Pit
Keywords: arson; fire; gentrification; 1970s; Misson; Valencia; Gartland Pit
Downloads: 34
[audio]Talking About Science And Ecology in Public - Shaping San Francisco
Join a challenging conversation some have dubbed "environmental communications in the Anthropocene" to discuss the problems with presenting complex ecological information publicly. Rose Aguilar from KALW's Your Call radio, Brent Plater of the Wild Equity Institute, and environmental scientist and climate change activist Azibuike Akaba discuss and debate issues of scientific literacy, critical thinking, basic education, attention spans, buzzwords, guest selection, framing and definition of scient...
Keywords: Environmentalism; ecology; anthropocene; communications; meaning; language; memes; propaganda; science; critical thinking; literacy
Downloads: 53
[audio]Liberation Biology Oct 30 2013 - Shaping San Francisco
Who are we, and what is our place in the world of the living? The Modern Synthesis of Biology, much of it conceived and incubated in the San Francisco Bay Area, has become a conceptual steel trap dictating much of what we do not only with our ecosystems, but also with our economy, our politics and our very selves. Liberation Biology proposes a critical approach to the deep roots of our understanding of the living...
Keywords: Biology; physics; central dogma; dna; code; gene; debunking
Downloads: 30
[audio]Stop 4 Komotion - Shaping San Francisco
Bending Over Backwards Audio Tour Stop 4: Komotion International, an underground music and performance space at 2779 16th Street, c. 1986-97.
Keywords: punk; performance; Mission District; San Francisco; 1980s; 1990s; Robin Ballinger; Sasha Lilly
Downloads: 31
[audio]Ten Years That Shook The City: San Francisco 1968-78 - Shaping San Francisco
Chris Carlsson and LisaRuth Elliott will give a wide survey of the politics of 1968-78 by going through the forthcoming book "Ten Years That Shook the City: 1968-78," covering everything from Los Siete de la Raza to the housing and redevelopment politics of the era, the San Francisco State Strike to the lesser known strikes among rank-and-file activists in the local labor movement. Posters, lost murals, unknown ecological treasures, the Farm, and much more! The book won't be out until 2011 so th...
Keywords: 1960s; 1970s; San Francisco; politics; Third Worldism; SF State Strike; Los Siete de la Raza; Black Panthers; San Bruno Mountain; People's Food System; I-Hotel; Filipinos; Women's Liberation; Gay Liberation; GI Resistance; Communes; Ohlone; Native Americans; AIM; International Indian Treaty Council
Downloads: 59
[audio]Father Peter Yorke - Shaping San Francisco
Dramatized excerpt of Father Yorke speech during 1901 City Front Federation strike in San Francisco. Originally produced by Haight Ashbury Community Radio Project in 1980.
Keywords: labor; capital; irish; Yorke
Downloads: 97
[audio]Harold Gilliam on Angel Island north bay bridge plan - Shaping San Francisco
This is an excerpt from a 2 hour interview, part of the Shaping San Francisco "Ecology Emerges" oral history collection, with long-time San Francisco environmental writer Harold Gilliam. In this short clip he tells how he was lured to Washington DC to work for the Stewart Udall Interior Dept. under LBJ, where he was able to help derail plans to run a northern Bay Bridge from apx. Telegraph Hill to Angel Island to a new freeway up the Tiburon Peninsula.
Keywords: Freeways; bridges; San Francisco; US Dept. of Interior; Stewart Udall; Angel Island
Downloads: 132
[audio]Catastrophism: The Apocalyptic Politics of Collapse and Rebirth - Shaping San Francisco
From editor Sasha Lilley's essay: "By its very nature, capitalism is catastrophic. There should be no doubt that the multiple social, and especially ecological, crises of our time are genuine and cataclysmic. We are suggesting, however, that politics embedded within the logic of catastrophe â that the catastrophe will deliver a new world, or that it will create the conditions under which people automatically take action â do not serve the left and environmental movement...
Keywords: Catastrophism; catastrophe; apocalypse; end times; doom and gloom; fear; politics; right-wing; left-wing; environmentalism
Downloads: 62
[audio]Indigenous Prehistory - Shaping San Francisco
Imagine a time when the land that we know as the Franciscan Peninsula extended out to the Farallones and mastodons and tigers roamed freely. Imagine small seasonal villages along waterways engaged in trading across the bay, and tule canoes making the journey. Park Historian Breck Parkman will share his extensive research into the prehistory of the Bay Area, and Malcolm Margolin (Heyday Books, The Ohlone Way) joins in with his years of exploring the indigenous history of the region. Mary Je...
Keywords: indigenous; ohlone; Bay Area; pre-urban; pre-Spanish; prehistory
Downloads: 37
[audio]Irish v. Chinese 1877 - Shaping San Francisco
Dramatization of Irish couple arguing over the anti-Chinese agitation in San Francisco in 1877. Original recording by Haight Ashbury Community Radio project, 1980.
Keywords: Irish; Chinese; labor; capitalists; racism
Downloads: 181
[audio]Women's Right to Vote - Shaping San Francisco
Haight Ashbury Community Radio dramatizes the women's suffrage movement in this short clip.
Keywords: Suffrage; Women's Vote; temperance
Downloads: 191
[audio]Anti-War Then and Now - Shaping San Francisco
Weâll take a look back at military resistance to the Vietnam War, including the mutiny of sailors on the Coral Sea, the anti-nuclear and anti-Central American War movements of the 1980s and hear from Iraq vets about the state of anti-war activities in the current conflict. David Solnit, Paul Cox and Sarah Lazare.
Keywords: Anti-war; Vietnam; Iraq; veterans; organizing; El Salvador; Nicaragua; resistance; GIs
Downloads: 91
[audio]Candlestick Point: State Park for the People - Shaping San Francisco
Claude Everhart of Friends of Candlestick, Alan Hopkins, Golden Gate Audubon Society, Patrick Rump, Literacy for Environmental Justice talk about the unusual history and present of the Candlestick Point State Recreation Area. It's an open bayshore park built on landfill and trash, a product of a deliberate community-driven process that chose open space and natural qualities over the usual city-style parks and recreation facilities...
Keywords: Candlestick Point; State Park; urban park; bayshore; redevelopment; endemic species; birds; African-American; native plants
Downloads: 61
[audio]22 Ten Years--The Farm - Shaping San Francisco
Mirjana Blanksneship reads from her article "The Farm by the Freeway" in the book 'Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78" edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation.
Keywords: ecology; The Farm; urban agriculture; art
Downloads: 92
[audio]4 Ten Years--From Occupied Ohlone Territory - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from Mary Jean Robertson's essay "Reflections from Occupied Ohlone Territory" in the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78," edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation.
Keywords: Ohlone; American Indian Center; Alcatraz; Indian rights
Downloads: 137
[audio]8 Ten Years--Up Against the Bulkhead - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from Peter Wiley and Stephen Rees's essay "Up Against the Bulkhead" in the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78," edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation.
Keywords: Antiwar; Vietnam; GI organizing; Up Against the Bulkhead; underground press
Downloads: 62
[audio]3 Ten Years--Labor in the 1970s - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78", Jesse Drew describes the blue-collar industrial life in the Norheast Mission District, when beer was brewed, bread baked, and trains rolled through in the dark of night.
Keywords: labor; work; factories; blue-collar; beer; bread; Twinkies; mayonnaise; trains; Mission District; 1970s
Downloads: 95
[audio]5 Ten Years--Underground Comix - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from Jay Kinney's essay "The Rise and Fall of the Underground Comix Movement in San Francisco and Beyond" in the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78," edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation.
Keywords: Comix; Mission District; politics; art
Downloads: 2,736
[audio]Art & Politics: Keith Hennessy--Saliva - Shaping San Francisco
a 1988/89 performance by Keith Hennessy. Twenty years ago Keith Hennessy created Saliva, an interdisciplinary dance-performance-ritual under a freeway in downtown San Francisco. Deep within the rage and grief of the AIDS crisis, Hennessy performed a ritualistic reclamation of the body, the queer male body, as holy. Video excerpts, live performance, historical context, and audience discussion combine to recreate this AIDS-era work of queer performance...
Keywords: performance; AIDS; 1980s; Keith Hennessy; interdisciplinary; dance; ritual; San Francisco; gay; body; queer
Downloads: 27
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